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FOX Business
Aug 28, 2013 3:00pm EDT
, and if a u.s. strike on syria is imminent, you would not necessarily know it judging by major u.s. markets today. they're rebounding from tuesday's big selloff. right now take a look at the dow, the s&p and the nasdaq. all of the major indices higher right now, dow up by 56 off of session highs, s&p is up about six points as well. and take a look at oil, one of the biggest stories we've been tolling as those conflicts have continued to escalate. oil and all that's related to oil in the meddle east. $109.88, that's up 87 cents. and you're also going to want to watch brent as well. we're going to have more on oil and, of course, gold prices coming up in just a moment, that big play for safety, if you will. and jpmorgan and its ceo, jamie dimon, appear to be firmly in the government's crosshairs. published reports say the government wants the bank to fork over more than $6 billion for its alleged role in the mortgage meltdown, but jpmorgan, they are pushing back. we're going to tell you what the bank told our own elizabeth macdonald today. that's coming up later on in the show. >>> united sta
FOX Business
Aug 9, 2013 3:00pm EDT
qaeda, the closing of u.s. embassies in africa and the middle east, israel, benghazi, to messy policy issues splitting possible questions and importation of obamacare, the budget battle with republicans, the irs scandal, the economy and i would like to ask him about his search for the next head of the federal reserve come as you know there are three candidates. larry summers, current vice chair, and former vice chair of the fed. david. david: everybody has their best intuition about who he is going to pick but isn't janet more of an obama like than larry summers and the others? >> the president had larry summers worked for him and when summers came under criticism on capitol hill last weekend, meetings with democrats, the president defended him very hard the speculation summers may have the edge in this contest. david: interest in. we're going to get questions of corporate taxes are going to go down, that sort of thing? >> you'll hear about lowering corporate tax rates in exchange for funding by republicans approval for funding his stimulus programs infrastructure programs and other t
FOX Business
Aug 7, 2013 3:00pm EDT
investor not done yet in a fox business exclusive. ichan tells us he is done biting dell's shares. today his company just released earnings. wait until you see how icon enterprises is really doing. and should you order up? a top money manager says that you would have to be crazy not to be invested in u.s. stocks right now. the dow 20,000 will happen. he will share his top stock picks with you. ito begins right now. ♪ good afternoon, everybody. i'm liz claman, the last hour of trading. well, another fed president to says depending upon certain metrics we should be ready to start tapering. the president of the cleveland federal reserve bank said this you would be ready to scale back the debt fed bond buying program if the labor market continues to improve, but she did not specify the timing on this. nonetheless, she is saying if we continue on this introductory we have been following right now, it should be time to soon start tapering. we will ask former treasury secretary paul o'neill about those comments and so much more, what he thinks washington should be doing to do the u.s. economy
FOX Business
Aug 27, 2013 3:00pm EDT
anywhere near the television or anywhere online today you have heard a lot about syria. potential u.s. intervention in the conflict after the alleged chemical attacks, wall street is watching. development of the middle east very closely. affecting everything from oil prices to airline stocks are of course the of gold. we are down 145 points, very near session lows for the day. here are your commodities, jumping up close to 2% per ounce right now, $23 backing off a little bit. oil the big story here, it is a gain of almost 3%. we are pushing $109 per barrel. we are doing that right now again. much more what has been happening to commodities later on in the show. we are also watching this stock for you, jcpenney showing signs of life at the retail chain and activist saw them several ties after selling 20 million shares. he lost almost $500 million, but he is out again with the stock. now the stock is actually down. down more than 1%. you can see the volatility on the screen for jcpenney. now for the very latest developments on that crisis in syria what the united states might be plannin
FOX Business
Aug 13, 2013 3:00pm EDT
and u.s. airways attempt to create the world's largest airline saying consumers will be hurt by reduced routes and service. will airline investors be left holing the bag, and what does this mean for travelers? forget seacrest, ackman out, three years after setting out to turn around jcpenney, bill does his own about faith after failing to oust the retailers' interim ceo. we'll look at what the defeat means for jcpenney and investors. retail wars. who has the edge when it comes to making a buck? the low end or high end retailers? we'll debate it for you and tell you which retailers are killing it. "countdown to the closing bell" begins right now. ♪ liz: good afternoon, everybody, i'm liz claman, the last hour of trading, breaking news right now. we told you it would happen, and we told you it would happen here on "countdown to the closing bell," billionaire investor, carl icahn, announcing the next big investment, did it on twitter like we said he would moments ago. he said, "we currently have a large position in apple," confirming the tweet to me minutes ago. i just got off the phone
FOX Business
Aug 26, 2013 3:00pm EDT
smith at the america tile -- mother chan tile exchange. chemical weapons used in syria, how does that play into oil? priced in, disruptions in the middle east? >> no, it's something the oil markets are going to be watching closely, adam, and we are hearing that he is confirming that chemical weapons were used over in syria, and this is a big change for the market. they were waiting on this statement for quite some time, and oil prices now back above $106 a barrel, still down on the session because we got weaker than expected economic news on durable goods orders, new home sales last friday, and that's still weighing on the oil market, but there's a huge middle east premium built into the price of crude right now, and, adam, as far as the trade is concerned, there's a note basically saying they have upside potential in crude, but not much. talking about syria here, it is an oil producer, but not a huge oil producer, and the reason why there's a premium in oil because of the concern of the ripple effect that could happen in the middle east and larger producing areas of the middle e
FOX Business
Aug 8, 2013 3:00pm EDT
to give us a bounce here. economic data is so-so, earnings reports coming in where everyone thought, and so people are just stretching now. tomorrow, six ipos at the new york stock exchange, tomorrow. oil services company, reits, and technologies. that spurs interest back in the markets. there could be a follow through tomorrow, but maybe more profit taking coming off after the weekend. >> six ipos, and, of course, showing the first time jobless claims numbers rising slightly, but the trend, the four-month moving -- four-week average is better, certainly. jeff at the imex, i don't want to bring up copper and go too deeply into commodities here, but copper, a two-month high, gold above the $1300 level, and i'm sure people are talking about that as well as energy. >> oh, absolutely, but today was pretty much an oil centric kind of day. we really came off here. we finally broke down technically in the last hours of yesterday's session, and we came down, and went through some of the first, and there's big numbers. market rally a dollar a year, a market that's in a down trend, and it is
FOX Business
Aug 5, 2013 3:00pm EDT
apparently had an inordinate amount of evidence that a-rod participated in using performance enhancing drugs, but the deal was handed down. the deal that came through, if there is a deal, because a-rod was digging heels into all of this was simply that he would not cop to a lot of things, and it is effective thursday, august -- thursday, august 8th, when it is -- well, that's today, isn't it? isn't today august 8th? oh, it's the 5th. oh, thanks guys. they were like, you scared me. you're a yankee fan; right? >> i'm a yankee fan, a new york fan, i met alex rodriguez on several occasions. you know, new yorkers are fed up, i have to say. liz: i completely think that's how they feel. they want to see the old-school players where you actually won because you were that good. >> right, all i can say in his favor is he loves baseball. you know, to be banned for life; right? liz: it's not, though, thankfully, not for his sake, but 2012 is done, 2013, and 2014. >> after that he can play. i was doing apple. liz: that's more important to the viewers. >> thank you for the baseball update. the update on a
FOX Business
Aug 2, 2013 3:00pm EDT
just yet. for this update for making for progress. liz: can you for our viewers talk about the use six facts. i start to glaze over, but it is important, and you just articulated the reasons. >> it is important because it is a broader based look at the level employment and unemployment in this country. it is people that are a disgrace , working full-time. it looks at the where employment level which i quoted. sixty-three. it is really a post-world war two low. so here we have had all types of monetary stimulus. poorly thought out fiscal policy we are just not going anywhere quick. liz: we will get it to the predictions on exactly when the fed will already began the infamous discussion of tapering. whether it will become reality and when that is coming up. they will stand by for us, but there was something that we will remembering. they downgrade. it was a friday if after markets closed one. the following monday both our u.s. and international markets, while the market fell into a short-term sell-off, look how far they have come since. dozens industrials up 30 -- 36%. s&p 500 of more th
FOX Business
Aug 16, 2013 3:00pm EDT
of a correction and what it's all about. tell us what the mood is as we go into another down week for the market. >> the second down week. the retailer said the mood. we saw those numbers from walmart, coal, the urban outfitters. these all worry traders. as you mentioned, popping out, this tapering is closer than we think. that is the big problem. some people thought 2014. but now it could be as early as september. charles: i have to tell you something, the bias is to the downside, not just fundamentally, but this seemed like first thing monday morning everyone is bracing for a worst-case scenario. what happened all of a sudden? >> you have a couple of things. softer economic data. on no word about that because you have to look things over a series of months. as far as the tapering goes, if they end up tapering, short-term you will see market pullback. this is nothing more than profit-taking at this point. charles: i'm glad you brought that up. do you think we're at the plot were rare over analyze in? where up 9,000 points in five years, and it's been one of the most remarkable ever. as a someti
FOX Business
Aug 21, 2013 3:00pm EDT
disappointing. what are you looking at today that gives us a sense of consumers and retailers? nicole: today we are looking at two names that are getting hit hard. right now, the s&p 500 is flat. here is a look at staples. staples numbers came in. lowering full-year numbers and also taking down some of the other names that we know. office depot, officemax. it is a huge, huge move. target has been hit by the cost of their expansion over in canada. many of these retailers are cautious for the most part, not rushing to spend too much on things that they do not necessarily need. as a result, we are seeing both of these names to the downside. liz: thank you very much, nicole petallides. jpmorgan is under fire yet again. day after day, the banking giant is under rocks. the federal energy regulatory administration. let us bring in the man, kurt. he joins me in a fox business exclusive. wonderful to have you. we appreciate you being here. right off the bat, and importing question to address here is regarding the recent settlement, is there something else? >> here lately, most of the attention, when it
FOX Business
Aug 14, 2013 3:00pm EDT
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FOX Business
Aug 1, 2013 3:00pm EDT
your dead. motorola's share used to be a world beating company. the share of that business now is less than 1%. samsung, 30 percent, apple 13. let cannolis. motorola, less than 1%. i think that little sign might be turned the wrong way. and since the page 12 and a half billion for motorola, close that deal in may of 2012. i just counted in the company has run operating losses. the most recent loss in the june quarter was 343 million. you know, we will see if this new phone can manage to turn that around. very hard for any attack brand. see blackberry. liz: very true. what numbers to the need to see as far as sales are concerned? >> reporter: i don't have that number, but let me go ahead and settle for millions. liz: we will ask. coming up, he is going to talk with us about all of that. can motorola and who will capture the attention and money from consumers and steel business away from market leader samsung and apple? then make the pitch coming up in just a few minutes. the man behind the new phone. and thank you to dennis kneale. -e do have google, the parent of one and 2/3 percent. t
FOX Business
Aug 30, 2013 3:00pm EDT
suspicion of any action post iraq, and i appreciate that. on the other hand, it's important for us to recognize that when over a thousand people are killed, including hundreds of innocent children through the use of a weapon that 98 or 99% of humanity says should not be used, even in war, and there is no action, then we're sending a signal that that international norm doesn't mean much. that is a danger to our national security. obviously, if and when we make a decision to respond, there are a whole host of considerations i have to take into account too in terms of how effective it is and given the kinds of options that we're looking at that would be very limited and would not involve a long term commitment for a major operation. you know, we are confident that we can provide congress all input they need, mindful of that, and have meaningful conversations with our allies around the world about this, but ultimately, we don't want the world to be paralyzed, and frankly, you know, part of the challenge we end up with here is that a lot of people think something should be done, but nob
FOX Business
Aug 12, 2013 3:00pm EDT
if that does occur. liz: $27 to the outside, this is the u.s. dollar slightly stronger. give us a sense what is happening with gold, are the bears getting tired and trading their positions? >> i think you had a pull back down commonly held with good support level and now you are seeing the buyers coming slowly, they are just not there. in spite of the fact that dollar was moving against gold today. liz: i don't see you. jcpenney, big deal, i don't think it really matters, what stocks are you looking at them to do? >> we are at the calm before the storm right now. a lot of pressure on the market coming to today, investors are still not waiting for another reason to sell off the market. liz: look at this reaction, 21 points. you and i have talked about this before. it is not much of a reason. >> it has every reason to sell off. retail sales coming out tomorrow, that sector has been hot, what's now the forecast moving forward, particularly continue to look at that sector there. the negative earnings we got last week in that area. liz: no point in the media being negative about stuff, to cause i
FOX Business
Aug 19, 2013 3:00pm EDT
, last hour of trading. let's focus on u.s. treasury yields, marching upwards picking up where they left off friday. the ten-year at the high point, there it is, 2.89%. that is the highest level since july of 2011. now, the benchmark yield nearly doubled since may as investors grapple with when and how the feds' asset buying tapers the market. will businesses and stocks start to get hurt? keeping confidence in u.s. markets is the subject of president obama's meeting going on right now in washington on regulatory reform. the president urges top financial regulators to implement the dodd-frank reforms, and there's more than a thousand that have yet to be enacted despite being passed in congress way back in 2010. we need to get to jpmar begin, in the cross hairs of the u.s. government, this time, nothing to do with the $6 billion london wale trading scandal or complex electricity contracts. look at the stock. it is one of the laggards of the dow jones industrials. now, according to the new york times, this time it's about the bank's practice of hiring the kids of powerful chinese officials.
FOX Business
Aug 20, 2013 3:00pm EDT
what it is? the ceo is here to tell us what all of the excitement is about. netflix is adding -- we will break down what it means. "countdown to the closing bell" starts right now. ♪ liz: good afternoon, everybody. i am liz claman. it is the last hour of trading. some big-name brick and mortar retailers leading the major industries higher. let's get to best buy. it is doing absolutely incredible. up more than 11% right now. we have much more on best buy enabled. we also have home depot. raising its full-year outlook. the fact is, their success is affect and the market today. not the biggest rally in the world, but it is quite a difference from yesterday pinned netflix has another deal. this starts in 2016. they are known for being very picky. very high in film. right now, cbs and showtime has a deal. dreamworks has a deal as well. it will expire. netflix shares looking good. of nearly 5%. it has been a great day. it opened lower and started going higher. here we have the one your picture. a great year for netflix. a gain of more than 200%. let's get to this retail stores. a tale o
FOX Business
Aug 15, 2013 3:00pm EDT
're doing. they get to grill us for literally an hour and 15 minutes with any question, fair game. they understand what we're doing and why. but this is a lot different than signaling to the market we think the market is about to turn down. our progression has been slow, steady increase on our product orders for four quarters in a row. it was a record quarter from a revenue per peckive, the tenth in a row. it was the seventh quarter where we've grown revenue faster than earnings, and we returned to our shareholders from four billion in cash flow 2.1 billion. so doing that in a market like this and gaining share in areas, including in the u.s. and many product areas, it was a very positive, record quarter: our guidance for the next quarter was 50-51 cents. the market came out at 51 cents. that's where it was before our announcement x our guidance in terms of revenue ended up, the consensus was 12,461,000,000,000. it was 110 below that, less than 1%. so i think what a lot of people are missing, we're not centralling a heavy -- signaling a lay off. we have to realign resources quickl
FOX Business
Aug 6, 2013 3:00pm EDT
mean, it was a pretty negative downgrade. ibm used to be the apple. the apple of this industry. liz: again we have been hitting fresh 13 year highs on the nasdaq and records over and over again. we understand that as we inch closer, when we see a lot of participants coming back into the market, what you expect to see here? if this accelerates, we are going to have a potential issue. on the other hand we are getting a little over 1%. these are levels that are not worrisome. it is still around 13. i'm not going to be really concerned unless we see these bonds. they are not really reacting at all. liz: again, we have to look at the housing markets at the end. investor sentiment is strong. the closing bell ringing and just about 53 minutes. "the washington post", we will have your update. the owner has a stake in there and, you know, you name it, you have big names when it comes to this. "the washington post", just why do these billionaires want to be newspaper barons and what does it mean for traditional old media? where should investors look for opportunities in the so-called s.t.e.m.
FOX Business
Aug 29, 2013 3:00pm EDT
. this is not the first one. egyptian troubles got us off about five dollars. this added another five dollars. cheryl: that is a very good point. thank you. appreciate it. shares of verizon jumping today. talking to vodafone about buying out its stake in verizon wireless. it would be one of the biggest deals of all that. it has been dragging on for a long time. adam: you do not want to rush anything. they have danced this dance before. vodafone has announced they are in negotiations. verizon communications has 55%. this would give them total control as it moves forward. part of it is about the strategy in the future regarding data. vodafone has confirmed that notes that the recent press speculation is in discussions with verizon. they are talking about the possible disposal of the group. there is no certainty that an agreement will be reached. last time they did this, vodafone wanted 130 billion. you have to take into consideration vodafone, the second largest carrier worldwide. they still have to pay the taxes on the deal. it has to be structured in a way that would minimize the impact. we spoke to
FOX Business
Aug 23, 2013 3:00pm EDT
than seen in the past for crude this week. >> unfortunately, for us going to the gas pump, not sod good, but crude oil rallied above 106.20 and settled above that. what i see right now is higher levels for crude oil. there's a lot of world events coming a, disruption in the middle east, problems over in israel and lebanon, problems in egypt, going to keep a good pressure on the market, up, and i think we're going to see 108.50 to 110 in crude oil in the next week. liz: each time they sit in the chair, i get something different. you know, mike said 102 # or 103. great seeing you. thank you so much. we love the perspective from the traders. have a good weekend. closing bell ringing in 51 is minutes as we speak about microsoft's ceo, balmer, announces he quits in a couple months. who replaces him? that's the question. can microsoft build a smart phone and tablet to beat apple and samsung. they tried with the surface, had popup stores, didn't work. we have the angles, plus, two smart watchers gaming who will run the company. texting addicts, pay attention. text speak has been around so much
FOX Business
Aug 22, 2013 3:00pm EDT
. liz: let us know when those people come out from behind that trust us. is the kind of reporter will be banging on the door. again, for now, 3:25 p.m. eastern time. want to get that rich edson and washington d.c. speaking to nasdaq listed ceos of billion medium-sized companies. about four out of seven are telling me they absolutely suspect that there is something nefarious. simply because how could it not -- paired with the problem the other day. of course we don't know yet because the nasdaq is not said anything. what is the sec looking at? >> we don't know that yet either with the sec is doing right now is essentially monitoring the situation. they did convene a conference call according to the sec right after this started. stayed on the phone while they tried working out the problems. the treasury department -- remember, treasury, the secretary is the head of the financial stability oversight council. that was created by dodd-frank and responsible for making sure that the market is performing a carry. basically financial security. they have been notified of this. the treasury
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